Be the first to join Designing for Resilience : Foundations of Permaculture Course

Designing for resilience

We've accepted our first 50 sign-ups to Designing for Resilience: Foundations of Permaculture online course. We cannot offer anymore places for the time being. 

There will be another round of discounted testing access within the next couple of months.

If you want to sign up to recieve more info for our next pre-launch release date, sign up for more info below: 

Be the first to access the platform: you will be key to the development and can influence the content available.

What do we need from you: 

  • We want those that sign up for first discounted access to really support us during our development. 
  • Take part in a detailed survey. 
  • We will also invite certain attendees to attend a 1 hour zoom meeting discussion of your learning needs. 
  • We ask you to appreciate that we work limited hours.

Help build the course you need and access amazing discounted learning remotely!  

We are dedicated to engaging a more diverse audience with this course. If you feel underrepresented in permaculture - whether part of a black, Asian or minority ethnic group, you are part of the LGBT community or you are challenged with accessibility issues, please get in touch when we release the next testing access. We hope to able to offer you free access to the course for your feedback. 


Permaculture design frameworks

Future modules planned for development for the full foundations of permaculture course: Designing for Resilience.

During your discounted access period, get access to these modules as their developed, included in your 6 months access: 

  1. Pre-course activities (webinars, visit LAND centres etc., guild building) 

  2. A nature based approach - Context & Ethics 

  3. Principles of Permaculture - Holmgren Principles 

  4. Applying Permaculture - Guilds, Built environment & social systems and the personal context

  5. Design Frameworks - SADIMET, OBREDIMET, Design Web and Choosing your framework

  6. Design Methods - Skills, tools & methods, design exercise and presentation 

  7. Your next steps - LAND, membership, connecting with each other & feedback.